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Laura Lehni

Lehni, Laura

ELA Teacher, ASB Advisor, Activity Coordinator
Kelly Locklin

Locklin, Kelly

Social Studies Teacher

Biography Kelly Locklin received his B.A. in History from Reed College in Portland, Oregon, in 1983, and his teaching certificate in 1992 and M.A. in Education in 1993, both from Antioch University Seattle. He began teaching in 1993, and taught 7th grade Language Arts and U.S. History for 16 years, in regular, honors, and inclusion settings. He came to Ballard High School in 2009, where he has taught World and U.S. History, and AP American Government. In 2006 he became a certified Teacher Consultant and coach for the Puget Sound Writing Project. In 2008 he received his certification in Early Adolescent Social Studies-History from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards. He has taught in the certification program for the Albright School of Education at City University of Seattle and presented at the annual conferences of the National Council for the Social Studies and the National Council of Teachers of English. When not teaching, he travels, by car or by air, by train or by bus, in and out of the U.S., looking for perspective.

Janine Logsdon

Logsdon, Janine

Math Teacher and Math Department Head
Anntara Lozen

Lozen, Anntara

Science Teacher
Kaitlyn Lundemo

Lundemo, Kaitlyn

Math Teacher
Mary Lundemo

Lundemo, Mary

Special Education Asst/ISE - 203/7
Gordon Macdougall

Macdougall, Gordon

Language Arts Teacher
Robyn Maddess

Maddess, Robyn

Special Education Teacher, Special Education (Low Incidence) Department Head

March, Alice

Attendance Secretary
Brent Martin

Martin, Brent

Career Connected Learning Coordinator
Samantha Maykut

Maykut, Samantha

Science Teacher
Laura McGinty

McGinty, Laura

Science Teacher

Personal Message: To me, science is a way of making sense of the world. It is a way to identify and work through problems, thus it must be approached through the lens of social justice. It is imperative we ensure all voices are represented and heard, because diverse ideas and experiences allow us to see and solve problems with a more holistic perspective. In science, we work together as a community, so as students we will practice and evolve our communication and collaboration skills. Together, we will elevate each other and explore the world to prepare us for the work force and experiences that lies ahead.

April McKenna

McKenna, April

Language Arts Teacher

McKenzie, Maya


McLuen, Jen

Physical Therapist
Lauren Merry

Merry, Lauren

Language Arts/Special Education Teacher

Montes, JaLynn

Assistant Principal
Kyle Morean

Morean, Kyle

Social Studies Teacher

Murphy, Loka

School Trainer
Daniel Natter

Natter, Daniel

Special Education Assistant